Market Theatre is telling the story of a legacy spanning 40 years As the Market Theatre celebrates 40 years of storytelling this month, an array of special insights into the
On Youth Day, Thursday June 16 2016, Vuyani dancers will perform Gregory Maqoma’s landmark work Rhythm Colour at the Apartheid Museum, and at the Soweto Theatre. In bringing Rhythm Colour Soweto Theatre and
Female artists are taking centre stage at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown this year Featured Female Artists, Lara Foot and 2016’s Standard Bank Young Artist for Theatre, Jade Bowers lead the
A tremendous new play that effortlessly offers the opportunity to travel back to a time when shoulder pads were considered fashionable, and the state of emergency was at the tip of everyone’s
The original and classic comedy, Defending the Caveman is coming to Cape Town this June. Showing at The Baxter Theatre from 14 to 25 June, Tim Plewman will have audiences in stitches
Iris Warriors is an original story told through dance and shared through film, enhanced and brought to life with cutting edge CGI and an original score. Written by Don Macnab-Stark
One deserving auditionee will receive a full three-year bursary (to the value of over R160 000) to study Dance/Musical Theatre at Oakfields College for the year 2017. The Oakfields College
At Artscape on Wednesday, 23 March 2016 at 19:30 A real-life story by inspirational author, Ntsiki Sigege, adapted from her book ‘A Broken Wing’ and presented theatrically though monologues as
POPArt co-founders Orly Shapiro and Hayleigh Evans thrilled about ImpACT Award win for Theatre 2015 The world is changing, at a rapid pace, and South Africa is shifting with it.
Do you have a fabulous stage production but no venue to present it in? Are you looking for a potential partner to assist with the financial costs of staging a
For the fifth year running, The Playhouse Company will once again present its annual Ingoma Competition from 09h00 on Saturday 19 March 2016. Groups from around KwaZulu-Natal will compete in
Arts and culture organisations, associations, cooperatives, networks, individual artists and practitioners have until 31 March to apply for funding. The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) Professional Development Programme, funded by
The Playhouse Company, KwaZulu-Natal’s premier theatre destination, has announced its anticipated line-up for 2016. ‘We are delighted to announce The Playhouse Company’s plan for 2016, and cordially invite you to
Dance Umbrella 2016, with ten days of new contemporary work, will host master classes and mammoth collaborations at the Dance Factory, Market Theatre, Soweto Theatre and the UJ Arts Centre
Dance Umbrella 2016 opens on Thursday, February 25 at the UJ Arts Centre Theatre and runs until Sunday, March 6. A 28 year old celebration of South African contemporary Dance.
Thirty-two years on, Wits Theatre is still standing, still staging exceptional
work, drawing audiences into Johannesburg, and serving as an important
mirror reflecting a constantly-evolving society.
Under new artistic direction by Mark Hawkins, the 37-year-old Moving into Dance Mophatong (MIDM) is currently in the process of evolving, whilst still discussing social issues through enthralling movement vocabulary and cutting edge choreography.
After years of planning and preparation, A Spartacus of Africa takes to the stage in Johannesburg and Cape Town this June. Spartacus (113BC- 71BC) was a Thracian who was made
The sheer quality and variety of theatre on offer at The Playhouse Company’s New Stages Festival in Durban seems to get better and better every year and the new series beginning in May
The world-renowned Geneva Ballet (Grand Théâtre de Genève), under the direction of Philippe Cohen, opens on June 17 with Roméo & Juliette at The Mandela, Joburg Theatre and runs to
William Kentridge is not only known for his distinct charcoal drawings and prints, but also for his unique animated films, his theatre work with the Handspring Puppet Company, his tapestry
Kopano Theatre Club, an initiative that was started up as a means to revive a sense of moral regeneration amongst South Africans, is running an exciting educational dance project in
Opening at the Joburg Theatre on 4 June and at Artscape’s Opera House in Cape Town on 27 June, A Spartacus of Africa is gearing up to treat audiences to
MARIKANA – THE MUSICAL SWEEPS THE BOARDS AT NALEDI THEATRE AWARDS Athol Fugard and Shaleen Surtie-Richards honoured while War Horse gets a special mention ________________________________________ Aubrey Sekhabi’s emotive production, Marikana –
‘When was the last time you played?’ As adults, human beings play all sorts of games. As ‘grown ups’ people are expected to conduct themselves in certain, and certainly also,
‘When I started working on Dance Umbrella the one thing that struck me was that it was all men,’ Artistic Director Georgina Thomson states. In its 27th year, Dance Umbrella